|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by A. Paige White on 01/28/11 at 05:38 AM|
There are so many phrases in this I enjoyed. I have lived, "w/indow whirl wind whipped" as more than just a spectator, but so much so that I recognize the wording. Truly loved "a can-can prance" because it can be read two ways. Read it first without using my glasses and it read, "wisps of awe you hurt. So it was like a dose of pain killer to read it with glasses, so I can see... "wisps of awe you hurl". Highest marks!
|Posted by A. Paige White on 01/28/11 at 05:39 AM|
awwwww... shoot. I missed putting in a " /" right there and it showed up all the way through. May the maker of underwriters correct all my missing html. lol
|Posted by Linda Fuller on 01/29/11 at 12:52 AM|
lovely - almost makes me want to live in a cold clime...almost
|Posted by Kristine Briese on 01/29/11 at 06:37 AM|
Lovely is the word, I agree. And living in Nebraska, I'm an expert. Beautiful piece of work.
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 02/01/11 at 04:37 PM|
I especially like "wind whipped askance" and "can-can prance".
|Posted by Linda Fuller on 02/04/11 at 05:28 PM|
Congrats on a well-deserved POTD :)
|Posted by Clara Mae Gregory on 02/07/11 at 05:49 AM|
I love this!Congrats on POTD. These visions brought back visions of my own....long ago memories at my grandma's in upstate NY in the wintertime where I played amidst the falling snowflakes and snowdrifts growing by the minutes.